as an instance for oil 1 litre is equal to 0.912kgs, as the particular gravity that water is 1 so 1 litre of water is same to 1 kg....

A liter is a measure of volume and a gram is a measure up of weight (or, an ext correctly, mass). Neither term deserve to be express in regards to the other. Apples can not be to express in Oranges.

you would certainly have to recognize the thickness of the problem in question. If you claimed a litre that water of example, and you asked the exact same question, i would first have to look up the thickness of water......at common temperature selection its around 1000kg/m^3, for this reason you need to know just how much mass is in a meter cubed first!

1 litre = 0.001 metres cubed

so, how countless grams that water in a litre? its 0.001*1000kg = 1kg the water

What if it was lead? carry out you think it would be 1kg? No due to the fact that lead is very heavy! Remember, unless you understand the substance, girlfriend cant understand how plenty of grams room in a unit that volume.

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